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Muffin dragged her back leg around for several months but managed very well to the litter box, food dishes and her bed. Follow up Vet appointments indicated that she was doing well and was indeed, a healing machine as the Vet told us. Cauliflower ears are common in stray or Ferrel cats, usually caused by a fight or self inflicted scratching. The capillaries are broken in the tender tissue, it then swells and "heals" in a crinkle like appearance. This does not harm the cat but cleaning may be necessary due to possible  mites.


Muffin was doing well, the most ...

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